9 individuals together with the groom died after the automotive fell within the Chambal river of Kota. , photograph credit score: ANI
Kota, Rajasthan: 9 individuals, together with a groom, have been killed when the automotive they have been touring in fell into the Chambal river in Rajasthan’s Kota late on Saturday night time.
The incident occurred after they have been on their approach to the marriage venue in Ujjain, Madhya Pradesh. The automotive fell into the river from the majestic bridge of Chambal river passing by way of Kota metropolis.
They have been coming from the Barwara space of Sawai Madhopur.
Nobody got here to know in regards to the incident for the entire night time. Later, after seeing the automotive falling from the bridge, an individual knowledgeable the police.
After this the police reached the spot and the rescue staff of Kota Municipal Company was referred to as to the spot.
9 our bodies have been recovered after a automotive fell into the Chambal river in Kota. Police mentioned that amongst those that misplaced their lives, together with the groom, have been going to Ujjain for marriage.
“A bus and automotive carrying individuals was going from Barwara ka Chauth to Ujjain for a marriage ceremony. The automotive derailed and reached a bridge the place it obtained unbalanced and fell into the river. We recovered seven our bodies from the automotive. and two our bodies have been recovered from the river, ANI quoted Kota Superintendent of Police Kesar Singh Shekhawat as saying. An investigation is underway.
In the meantime, Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot expressed his condolences to the bereaved household.
“The demise of 9 individuals, together with the groom, after the automotive of the procession in Kota fell into the Chambal river is extraordinarily unhappy and unlucky. After speaking to the collector, your entire incident got here to gentle. My deepest condolences to the bereaved household. God bless them on this loss. Give him the energy to bear, might the departed soul relaxation in peace.” Chief Minister tweeted.